Archive for the ‘Cat’ Category


Maintaining an Ideal Weight

Thursday, February 7th, 2019
Knowing if your pet is the ideal weight is important as being under or over the preferred weight can come with health complications. Even if you’re actively watching their weight and doing the right thing, there may be

Fighting Pet Obesity

Monday, December 10th, 2018
Whether it’s lack of exercise or overfeeding, sometimes our pets seem to add a few extra kilos on around the stomach. Although a little bit of weight gain isn’t a huge problem, it can lead to pet obesity which itself

Toilet Training

Saturday, November 10th, 2018
Toilet training your new puppy or kitten is simple if you follow our guidelines below. You should begin teaching them as soon as you bring them home to get them into the routine and avoid too many accidents! To download

How to Care for a Pet that’s Been Abused

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
Adopting a pet who has been previously abused is an incredibly altruistic and compassionate act. Cruelty towards domesticated animals is unfortunately something that does occur and many of the pets you find in shelters

The ‘Pet Effect’

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018
There is a significant body of research on the physical, psychological and social health benefits of owning a pet.  Pets have been shown to have such a positive impact on the lives of humans that the phenomenon has been

Choosing a Breeder

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018
So you’ve decided what breed of dog you want and are now faced with the challenging task of choosing a breeder. A responsible breeder is concerned with the quality of their breed so they can improve and advance it and

5 Etiquette Rules Every Pet Owner Should Follow

Monday, August 20th, 2018
Owning a pet is deeply embedded in Australian culture, and many would agree that pets undoubtedly add to the character and friendliness of a neighbourhood. For urban-dwellers with pets, high-density living and populatio

Vomiting in Cats

Sunday, August 12th, 2018
Vomiting in cats is a topic that comes up regularly in pet forums and vet discussions. This is a common problem in felines and identifying the cause is not always easy. While a single and isolated case of vomiting might

Managing a Multi-Pet Household

Monday, August 6th, 2018
Are you wanting to expand your pet brood? Maybe you want a companion for your pet or you selfishly want another furry friend to cuddle up with.  Whatever the reason may be there are some important things to consider bef

Does your Cat Like to Wander?

Monday, July 30th, 2018
Cats can be fiercely independent creatures who like to explore beyond the confines of the home. While we don’t want to stifle their sense of curiosity and adventure, cat owners need to be aware of the dangers that can